Assembly Bill 1176 Full Text as Introduced by Tom Ammiano

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Normally no one cares about these low-level state legislature bills, but Assembly Bill 1176 is getting some major attention after getting a first-class "F--- You" veto from the Governator. Just as a quick recap, California Democrat Tom Ammiano has a serious rivalry going with Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Arnold's message to Ammiano.
It started when the Republican governor showed up at a Democratic fundraising dinner, and was greeted by some hostile dems. Ammiano, of San Francisco, was quoted as saying, "Kiss my gay ass!" to Schwarzenegger. Arnie upped the ante by vetoing legislation introduced by Ammiano. But he didn't just veto it. He wrote a message that secretly spelled "f--- you" down the left side of the letter.

Well what would make him so mad? Here's the original legislation put forth by Representative Ammiano.

AB 1176 (Ammiano)
Infrastructure financing districts: City and County of San Francisco.
LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST

AB 1176, as amended, Ammiano. Infrastructure financing districts: City and County of San Francisco.

Existing law specifically authorizes the City and County of San Francisco to create infrastructure financing districts, adopt infrastructure financing plans for those districts, and issue bonds financed by projected increases in ad valorem property taxes to fund
certain public facilities, pursuant to a specified procedure.

Existing property tax law establishes various procedures and requirements with respect to the annual apportionment and allocation of ad valorem property tax revenues, including increased revenues from infrastructure financing districts.

This bill would recast these provisions authorizing the City and County of San Francisco to create infrastructure financing districts that include specified waterfront property. This bill would also modify the procedures for San Francisco to adopt an infrastructure financing plan, and allocate projected increases in ad valorem property taxes to specified annual apportionments.

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